Our Sunday Services start at 10:30 a.m.
- We have a full-service children's church/program each Sunday.
- The second Sunday of the month is when the choir sings (usually) and we recognize birthdays for the month. In addition, a Prayer Gathering follows the Service and is hosted by a member of our Prayer Chaplin Ministry
- The fourth Sunday is Healing Sunday; healing practitioners offer healing touch and/or no touch (your choice) throughout the Service time.
Following each Service is time to fellowship, catch up on coming events, programs and activities as posted on our Communications Board and check out our Market Place/Spiritual Corner
OCTOBER 2017 THEME
We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves. ~ Buddha
October 1, 2017 ~ Sunday ~ The Space Between the Notes
Can a musical piece have too many notes? ….it is the space between the notes which allows the music to take form; it is the unheard which gives rise to the ‘heard.’ And it is in the silence following the music that the full gift is received. Today we open ourselves thru the experience of Kirtan, sacred chant, and the richness of the Silence between the notes. ~ Rev. Dana Cummings
October 8, 2017 ~ Sunday ~ Ho’oponopono: Calling on the Powers of Surrender, Forgiveness, Gratitude and Love
Everything that comes into our experience has been called there by either our subconscious or conscious mind. We can learn how to heal the memories or “stories” that are buried within us that create the unwanted and painful scenarios. The ancient Hawaiian forgiveness practice of Ho’ oponopono is the key to healing. When we surrender ourselves to this holy practice we invoke the powers of forgiveness, gratitude and love. The changes that come are amazing. ~ Guest Speaker, Mary Ann Davis
~ Birthday Sunday
~ A Prayer Gathering follows the Service
October 15, 2017 ~ Sunday ~ Declaring Your Mystic Self
‘You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might pray also in the fullness of your joy and in your days of abundance. For what is prayer but the expansion of yourself into the living ether.’ ~ Kahlil Gibran
The moment you know yourself as that which expands into ‘the living ethers’ you claim your mystical path and your rightful place in divine creation. ~ Rev. Dana Cummings
~ Our Community Meal follows the Service
October 22, 2017 ~ Sunday ~ An Invitation to Joy
‘Joy is much bigger than happiness. While happiness is often seen as being dependent on external circumstances, joy is not.’ ~ Archbishop Desmond Tutu
If we are to lead the lives we have been called to live; and to create in love, harmony and wisdom, we must understand, take hold of and practice Joy. Joy is more than a here again/gone again state of being—it is a practice for life, a way of life ~ the way of spiritual mastery. ~ Rev. Dana Cummings
October 29, 2017 ~ Sunday ~ The Summer of Love ~ 50 Years Later